If Jesper Lindström changes, Eintracht Frankfurt only collects part of the transfer fee. Ex-club Brondby IF secured a resale stake.
Eintracht Frankfurt is having an extremely strong season, thanks in part to Jesper Lindmström’s outstanding performance. The Dane is already associated with some top clubs and could leave the SGE in the near future. However, ex-club Brondby would pocket part of the transfer fee.
This model is typical of Eintracht. With Luka Jovic, the SBU negotiated a corresponding clause to free the Serbian striker from Benfica. When Jovic later went to Real Madrid for almost 60 million euros, Frankfurt had to pay over 20 million euros to Benfica.
Brondby with resale participation at Lindström
According to the Danish ExtraBladet Bröndby IF has secured a resale stake with Jesper Lindström. This takes effect from a fee of seven million euros. Lindström, who is contractually bound to Eintracht until 2026, will be many times more expensive; its current market value is from transfer market estimated at 28 million euros.
The seven million euros correspond to the transfer fee that Eintracht transferred to Brondby for Lindström in the summer of 2021. Thanks to success-related bonus payments, the sum should according to the ExtraBladet already increased by 400 to 600 thousand euros.
In the event of a resale, Brondby would receive 15 percent of any sum over seven million euros, according to the newspaper. Example: if Lindstrom left Eintracht for a fee of 47 million euros, 6 million euros would go to Brondby (15 percent of 40 million).
Despite the keen interest in Lindström, leaving Frankfurt in January seems out of the question. At the end of the season, on the other hand, those responsible at SBU would certainly listen to offers for the Danish attacker. Brondby will certainly follow this very closely.
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